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Hiding in pre-1850 Census Records?

While the head of household in pre-1850 US census records is usually the oldest male‚ there are exceptions. The head of household could be an adult male in his forties or fifties and “grandpa” could be living in the household as well‚ but not named as the head of household. Older parents‚ or even grandparents‚ […]

How does Adoption Search Services Help Me Find My Birth Parents?

The usual Search and Confidential Intermediary Services include:

*Assisting in completing the needed paperwork required by state statute regarding search and reunion.

*Contacting the appropriate Court and/or agency if required to obtain the needed approvals consents and information from the file to perform a search.

*Performing the needed search to locate the current name and whereabouts of the birth parent(s) via investigative techniques.

*Making the necessary attempts to make contact with the birth parent(s) to inform them of the adoptee’s request for information.

*Obtaining the required signatures from the birth parent(s) and/or requesting an updated medical history.

*Submission to the Court all required final reports and requests for consent to release.

*Mediation services between all parties during and after the search process as needed.

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